Do you see a face, or do you see a story?

The incredible story of Keyera Williams: How My Childhood Led Me To Stripping

I found this riveting and powerful–and it resonates with the real.

Stories are so powerful. It’s important to have deeply felt, honest windows into people’s experiences. It lets you see people–and yourself–more fully.

How often do we make assumptions about a person without looking at the complete and complex story that led them to the moment when we meet them?

Assume, instead, that a story is woven into someone’s eyes, face, and skin. Be a part of their story’s upswing.

If you have a story to share, don’t be afraid to share it.

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